Bachelor's degrees in Children and Family Ministry, Music Ministry and Youth Ministry are not the only programs one may pursue at Northpoint Bible College in Havermill, Massachusetts.
While Northpoint Bible College is exclusively devoted to training students for the ministry and other Christian-oriented careers, they have devised unique pathways to getting there.
A one-year certificate in Biblical Studies is also offered to those who desire personal enrichment or wish to pursue a career in Christian education.
The Deaf Program, one of Zion's most innovative offerings, was developed in recent years as well, giving students who are hearing impaired the chance to pursue a Christian education.
Student life is built around the school's core commitment to Christian service. Campus ministries go into local prisons, shelters, to the local streets and abroad. Other opportunities include music and theatre activities.
Northpoint Bible College admissions department requires submission of transcripts, SAT scores and pastoral, academic and personal recommendation letters.
Financial aid may be awarded depending on several factors and could come from school, state and federal sources or some combination thereof.
Quick Facts about Northpoint Bible College
Small Town Setting
Assemblies of God Church
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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